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Things to do The Hutt Valley
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THINGS TO SEE AND DO IN LOWER  HUTT

Valley Walks & Tramps - There are many walks in the Hutt Valley region, from the easy Hutt River Trail and Korokoro Gorge, to the moderate Butterfly Creek or the extreme tramps through the Tararuas. For a complete list of the regions walks, visit an i-SITE Visitor Centre. To give you a start you could have a look at the Hutt City Tracks & Trails brochure.

 

Mountain Biking in the Hutt Valley - Mountain biking is a challenging and exhilarating way to explore some of the more beautiful and little known parts of this region. Whether you want historic trails, hill country farmland or tricky forest tracks, you will find a suitable track in the Hutt Valley. For a complete list and maps of the regions mountain biking opportunities, visit an i-SITE Visitor Centre.

 

Hutt Valley Regional Parks -  Access to the regional parks and Department of Conservation areas is what the Hutt Valley does best. You are never more than a kilometre or two from an entrance way to a path that will lead you as far as you choose.

A short walk or mountain bike, or a multi-day adventure into the wilderness. A slow stroll or cycle along a beach, or maximum effort to climb a mountain. Rivers or beaches, hills or mountains, forests or above the tree line; you'll find it in the Hutt Valley.

 

Garden Visits - Hutt City was the original garden city of New Zealand and the pride of this standing continues through the superior floral and native, private and public gardens that fill the city. Here is a selection of guided and self guided gardens that represent a cross section of the valley. Walk all the pathways or settle under a shady tree and take it all in.

 

 Playing GolfThe Hutt Valley is the golfing hub of the Wellington region, within a 30 minute drive you can play at one of 6 picturesque courses that each offer a different challenge and experience!

 

For more Sights and Activities check out the below Link

 at The Lower Hutt I-Site

 

 

 

Rimutaka Forest Park- Catchpool Valley and Orongorongo Valley